- 83 min
- Directed by: Matthew Hammett Knott
- Written by: Joanna Benecke/Matthew Hammett Knott
- Cast: Tessa Peake-Jones, James Norton, Will Tudor, Josie Lawrence
- UK release: 5 December 2014
When strait-laced widow Judith (Peake-Jones) attempts to retrieve her wayward daughter (Wyld) from a hippy commune, free-spirited leader Anita (Lawrence) insists she stay for a while. Although the attempt to examine the maternal bond gets a bit overwhelmed by farce, it's fantastic to see Peake-Jones and Lawrence on screen.
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Bonobo1 Dec 2014
Commune-set dramedy starring Tessa Peake-Jones and Josie Lawrence
While the father/son dynamic is a mainstay of narrative features, it’s less common to see a filmmaker explore the relationship between a mother and daughter. For that reason alone the premise of Bonobo is certainly promising, as it examines the strength…
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